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An unlikely source of peace from the deep waters of Indonesia

Against an idyllic backdrop of crystal clear waters, a group of fishermen gather on a recent morning to collect seaweed in Halmahera Island, once the scene of severe  sectarian violence. To an outsider, seaweed may seem to be only a likely source of income for fishermen but within this remmore


Meeting Challenges in Indonesia’s Papua Region

Decked out in a chicken feather hat and a western football garb, Dernus  Jikwa carries a bunch of sweet potato leaves on his left arm to feed an army of furry rabbits inside a wooden cage. “People come and buy these rabbits…they use them for food and rituals …,” the father of two said excitedlymore


Reclaiming land, reclaiming livelihoods

The small village of Kareung Ateuh nestled at the foot of a staggering lush green mountainside in Aceh Jaya district, was one of the areas affected by the 2004 tsunami which killed more than 120,000 people and displaced around half a million others in Aceh alone. Cut Awi says she’s been a farmer sinmore

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